I did a quick search and could not find anything.
When I installed my LI last summer I made the mistake of routed the wire through the hole where the hood latches to the car. Due to the trouble I had getting through the firewall in the first place (including partially unseating the rubber grommet) I decided to just leave it alone.
Over time the friction from the latch has partially worn through the cord. I put some electrical tape around it to slow the wear, but it is to the point where you can see the individual colored wires inside.
Just recently I started getting an error message saying that the connection was poor or bad to one of the heads (confirmed that it is the head by switching the connection to the main unit). I am assuming this is due to a deteriorated wire. Flipping it off then back on usually is enough to get it working again.
So now for my question:
A) Is there a way to replace the worn cable/wire without removing the head and re-routing through the firewall? Can the bad section be spliced out and routed through a different area away from the latch?
B) If not, is there a way to fix this without buying a new head?
C) If neither of the above, what material could I use to protect the wire from further wear? Electrical tape is not cutting it.
Thanks in advance.